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Publius Valerius Publicola  
Rome, Tx.  
March 21, 2012 10:41am
 
I must have missed the part in the Voter ID law that said it was limited to Wilson County. Following that logic you could pick out one voting precinct and say the law is no good because there was no voting fraud in that one precinct. The law covers the entire state right? So why pick out one county in which no fraud was discovered and claim that fraud does not exist? Faulty logic. You are arguing over a matter that has already been settled by the Supreme Court which found that similar voter ID requirememts to be neither discriminatory nor burdensome. Comparing the voter ID requirement to the compulsory auto liability insurance law is also illogical. Someone operating a motor vehicle who does not have the means to cover a harm to another person by damage they caused is why we have that law. If you are capable of logical thought process you can see the need for this law. Under the Texas Voter ID law the State will issue, FREE photo ID. If it is too much trouble to spend a small amount of time, for the small percentage of those who do not all ready have photo ID, to get the free ID then they do not care much about being in the voting process.
     
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